Actress' unborn baby dies after Park Slope crash

Actress' unborn baby dies after Park Slope crash

The 35-year-old Tony Award victor and husband Jonathan Blumenstein announced that the have lost their unborn child just two months after their 4-year-old daughter Abigail was tragically killed by a vehicle back in March.

At the time, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez told the NY Daily News that the driver, Dorothy Bruns, had various health problems, including multiple sclerosis.

"At the time of the crash Ruthie was pregnant and was severely injured".

A pregnant mother's unborn child died from injuries she and the baby sustained months ago when a driver hit the woman and fatally struck two kids on a Park Slope street, her lawyer announced in a statement on Wednesday. Abigail, Miles' daughter, and Lew's 1-year-old boy, Joshua, were both killed in the crash.

Sophia Rosemary succumbed to her injures on Friday, according to an attorney for the family.

The baby was due this month. "The pain suffered by Ruthie and Jonathan is almost impossible to fathom", said lawyer Ben Rubinowitz.

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Blumenstein and her husband, Jonathan, were expecting a daughter this month.

In March, Miles and her daughter, Abigail Blumenstein, were hit when a driver ran a red light in Brooklyn, New York City.

Bruns claims she had a seizure before running the red light, which is what ultimately led to the horrific crash.

The musical theatre performer, who won a Tony Award for her role in The King And I, was 39 weeks pregnant with partner, Jonathan Blumenstein on Friday, when she lost her baby.

Bruns, 44, attempted to flee after the incident, dragging Joshua Lew's stroller down Ninth Street until she crashed into several cars and was detained by witnesses.

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